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APES—Ecology , Cycle, and Tragedy of Commons 1) Sign in by period 2) Pick up an concept map and fill it in Remember to Shmoop at home or annotate and take quizzes in review book. In the tragedy of the commons, the "commons" refers to A disputed border territory.

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In the tragedy of the commons the commons refers to a disputed border territory

APES—Ecology, Cycle, and Tragedy of Commons1) Sign in by period2) Pick up an concept map and fill it in Remember to Shmoop at home or annotate and take quizzes in review book


In the tragedy of the commons the commons refers to a disputed border territory

In the tragedy of the commons, the "commons" refers to

  • A disputed border territory.

  • B stolen goods or winnings.

  • C any shared and limited resource.

  • D any individual's private property.


In the tragedy of the commons the commons refers to a disputed border territory

In the tragedy of the commons, the "commons" refers to

  • A disputed border territory.

  • B stolen goods or winnings.

  • C any shared and limited resource.

  • D any individual's private property.


What does commons mean

What does commons mean?

“Held in common” means the resource is owned by:

  • No one…or

  • Owned by a group

    =all who have access to the resource.


What is the tragedy

What is the “tragedy”?

  • “We can avoid tragedy only by altering our values.” Hardin, 1968

    This means we can change the way we live (sustainably) by preserving our natural resources—even in the private sector.


Sustainability

Sustainability…

Meeting presentneeds of

today’s populations without compromisingthe needs of future

generations.


Lessons from easter island

Lessons from Easter Island

Forests were clear-cut for canoes, ropes and firewood.

Farms were stripped soils of available nutrients.

Bird, fish and porpoise populations dwindled to extinction by overhunting.

Blind to the impact that a growing population would have on the environment, inhabitants used up the island’s resources until there was nothing left.


Food web food chain

Food Web Food Chain


The day they parachuted cats into borneo

“The day they parachuted cats into Borneo!”

Ecosystem Disaster and

Intro to Case Studies


The end of the story

The end of the story…

In the 1950's The World Health Organization (WHO) financed and supported the first ever team of over 14,000 parachuting cats into Borneo!


When two species have a mutualistic relationship

When two species have a mutualistic relationship _____.

A they are both positively influenced

B they are both negatively influenced

C one is positively influenced and the other is negatively influenced


When two species have a mutualistic relationship1

When two species have a mutualistic relationship _____.

A they are both positively influenced

B they are both negatively influenced

C one is positively influenced and the other is negatively influenced


The competitive exclusion principle says

The competitive exclusion principle says _____.

A no two species can occupy the exact same ecological niche at the same time

B the introduction of a non-native species will adversely affect the native species

C populations will stabilize at carrying capacity

D there must be more producers than consumers


The competitive exclusion principle says1

The competitive exclusion principle says _____.

A no two species can occupy the exact same ecological niche at the same time

B the introduction of a non-native species will adversely affect the native species

C populations will stabilize at carrying capacity

D there must be more producers than consumers


Carbon cycle

Carbon Cycle


Nitrogen cycle

Nitrogen Cycle


Phosphorous cycle

Phosphorous Cycle


Succession

Succession


Which would be expected to appear first during secondary succession

Which would be expected to appear first during secondary succession?

A mature tall trees

B low shrubs

C a mix of shrubs and trees

D grass


All of the following are true concerning the characteristics of a climax community except

All of the following are true concerning the characteristics of a climax community EXCEPT

A there is a mixture of decomposers, producers, and consumers

B there are many different species of plants

C the adult plants are small in size

D most of the organisms are specialists in their niche requirements

E there is a large amount of biomass


All of the following are true concerning the characteristics of a climax community except1

All of the following are true concerning the characteristics of a climax community EXCEPT

A there is a mixture of decomposers, producers, and consumers

B there are many different species of plants

C the adult plants are small in size

D most of the organisms are specialists in their niche requirements

E there is a large amount of biomass


Biomes

Biomes


Taiga borreal rainforest

Taiga/Borreal Rainforest


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